Wednesday, October 12, 2022
11:00 am
11:25 am

Managing human rights in supply chains. 30 years of failure and the way forward

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Managing human rights in supply chains. 30 years of failure and the way forward

Human right problems in supply chains are discussed since at least three decades and an increasing number of companies in an increasing number of industries have been forced to manage the problem. What started as a discussion in fashion and sports good has become a general expectation: Companies need to understand and reduce the harm to which they are connected in their supply chains. Few would dare to disagree. But how do you do this? What have been the mistakes in the past?

Europe/Berlin
October 12, 2022 11:00 AM
October 12, 2022 11:25 AM
virtual
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Human right problems in supply chains are discussed since at least three decades and an increasing number of companies in an increasing number of industries have been forced to manage the problem. What started as a discussion in fashion and sports good has become a general expectation: Companies need to understand and reduce the harm to which they are connected in their supply chains. Few would dare to disagree. But how do you do this? What have been the mistakes in the past?

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Human right problems in supply chains are discussed since at least three decades and an increasing number of companies in an increasing number of industries have been forced to manage the problem. What started as a discussion in fashion and sports good has become a general expectation: Companies need to understand and reduce the harm to which they are connected in their supply chains. Few would dare to disagree. But how do you do this? What have been the mistakes in the past?

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